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[Openstack] compiler for heat templates

Compiler's probably the wrong word in the subject - I just meant 'something
that can do type checking'.

On Tue, 20 Mar 2018 at 19:53 Sashan Govender <sashang at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi
> Is there a way to check heat templates. At the moment I run one and it
> errors at runtime when, for example an something expects a string but gets
> a list. For example in this case of an OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig resource,
> the config attribute below expects a string, which is why str_replace works
>  some_resource:
>       type: OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig
>       properties:
>         config:
>           str_replace:
>             params:
>               $repstr$:
>                 list_join: ['-', [ {get_param: cluster_name}, 'xyz']]
>             template: |
>               #!/bin/bash
>               echo $repstr$ >> /etc/somefile
> According to this
> https://docs.openstack.org/heat/latest/template_guide/openstack.html#OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig
> the config property expects a string.
> If I replace str_replace with something that generates a list (e.g.
> repeat) it fails at runtime. Is there a way to type check this? I tried
> 'heat template-validate' but it didn't do what I expected...
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